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consultant , researcher , History educator

Gloria Jeanne Tysl, American history educator, consultant, researcher Member American Hist.Assn., Catholic History Association, British History Association, English History Association, Northwest Suburban Arts Council, Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, American Association of University Women, American Association Higher Education, American Council Education.

Background

Tysl, Gloria Jeanne was born on April 17, 1931 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Anton Otto and Myrtle Geraldine (Voborsky) Tysl.

Education

D.Anton Otto and Myrtle Geraldine (Voborsky) T. Bachelor of Arts, Mount Marty College, Yankton, South Dakot, 1960. Master of Arts, De Paul University, Chicago, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Indiana U., Bloomington, 1976.

Career

Teacher, Sacred Heart Academy, Lisle, Illinois, 1950-1967. Professor of history Illinois Benedictine College, 1968-1974, 78—, academic dean and dean of faculty, 1974-1978. Consultant to National Endowment Humanities.

National Science Foundation fellow, 1967, Carnegie fellow, 1976, National Endowment for Humanities fellow, 1981-1982.

Membership

Member of American Association of University Women, American Council Education, American Association Higher Education, Chicago Council Foreign Relations, Northwest Suburban Arts Council, English History Association, British History Association, Catholic History Association, American History Association.

Connections

father:
Anton Otto Tysl

mother:
Myrtle Geraldine (Voborsky) Tysl